Singularity for PC
PC - Windows


Jun 29, 2010
882nd of 26510

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots

About this game

Developer: Raven Software
Content Rating: Mature


In Singularity, you fight your way through an ever-shifting environment haunted with time ravaged creatures, while sudden time waves hurl you back and forth between 1950 and the present day. Use your wits and the perfect weapon -- the Time Manipulation Device -- to unravel the conspiracy on the remote island of Katorga-12. Armed with powerful, advanced weaponry and this experimental Time Manipulation Device, fight enemies from the past, the present, and abominations caught somewhere in between.

System Requirements


  • OS: Windows® XP/Vista/Windows 7 (Does not support Windows 2000)
  • Processor: Intel Dual Core 2.8 GHz or AMD Ahtlon 64 x2 Dual-Core 4800+ or better
  • Memory: 1GB for XP, 2GB for Vista/Win7
  • Graphics: 3D hardware accelerator card required - 100% DirectX® 9.0c-compliant 256 MB video card and drivers*
  • DirectX®: DirectX® 9.0c (Included)
  • Hard Drive: 8GB of uncompressed hard disk space (plus 400 MB for the Windows® swap file and 12 KB free for saved games)
  • Sound: 100% DirectX® 9.0c-compliant true 16-bit sound card and drivers
  • Other Requirements: A 100% Windows® XP/Vista/Windows 7-compatible computer system
  • Keyboard/Mouse:100% Windows® XP/Vista/Windows 7-compatible mouse, keyboard and drivers

Critic Reviews

10 Reviews
Adam BrownJun 29, 2010
While I’m not entirely sure, Singularity clearly avoided any major missteps that could have derailed its entertaining experience. The single-player campaign is great and the multiplayer component is a nice little addition, although you likely won’t feel compelled to spend a ton of time with it. Raven Software has made a fun game here, be sure to check it out if you have any interest in spending some time with an FPS over the summer.
Andrew ReinerJun 29, 2010
I jokingly told my co-workers that Singularity is more BioShock 2 than BioShock 2. While meant as a subtle jab at Singularity’s “borrowed” designs, this statement relates to finding a gaming experience that transports players to a new world filled with discovery and the unexpected. Singularity’s greatest shared quality with BioShock is Raven’s realization that gamers want new experiences, not another taste of the same trending flavor.
Erik BrudvigJun 29, 2010
If you've exhausted the library of stellar games that 2010 has already produced and are looking for something to help bridge the gap into this fall, Singularity isn't a bad choice. The gunplay is solid and there are a few memorable set pieces. It is a game ultimately limited by a lack of imagination where a neat time-manipulation idea is handcuffed to a by-the-numbers first-person shooter.